Single Sided Can Bus Multiplex Trainer

Single Sided Can Bus Multiplex Trainer

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Single Sided Can Bus Multiplex Trainer

The Single Sided Can Bus Multiplex Trainer that communicates in J-1939 protocol. Digital and analog inputs and outputs can be activated. Analog signals can be displayed using the J-1939 display. This unit is equipped with an integrated electronic fault box containing 12 faults.

Educational Advantages of Single Sided Can Bus Multiplex Trainer

  • The Single Sided Can Bus Multiplex Trainer uses SAE J1929 communications protocol to operate a 4 module CAN Bus network, which includes both a DLC and a Deutch Connector.
  • The trainer demonstrates common multiplexing circuit controls via a high speed CAN Bus network.
  • Students connect modules and components using included jumper wires.
  • The Single Sided Can Bus Multiplex Trainer can be used as a CAN Bus demonstration trainer, or, using the included comprehensive student lab manual, as a CAN Bus training course.
  • Built in electronic fault box allows fault insertion into circuits for diagnostic training and student comprehension.

Main Features of Single Sided Can Bus Multiplex Trainer

  • Single sided trainer with upgrade capacity for a double-sided configuration
  • Included user manual with theory explanations of CAN Bus, student exercises, schematics, sample scope patterns and check tests
  • Includes four (4) modules that replicate heavy vehicle applications including.
  • Trainer can also be used to instruct basics of CAN Bus automotive.
  • Includes digital and analog inputs/outputs
  • Each module has test points for individual diagnosis and testing
  • Jumper wire storage racks mounted to frame
  • Stand has two fixed and two lockable casters for easy trainer movement


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